I think that as gay people it's really easy to just write off all straight people because of some bad experiences with a few. I mean, I know that I have not been able to become close friends with any of the straight guys in the dorms that I lived in here at school, but I don't assume that I could not be friends with any straight guy. When I was working in a movie theater, most of the guys were straight and we were all cool with each other and they all knew that I was gay and I didn't avoid talking about it either. When I was in high school most of my friends were straight men, and they all knew that I was gay. My roommate through most of high school (I went to a boarding school) was a straight white boy from Colorado who played varsity hockey, and he knew that I was gay, and he was like a brother to me. I just had to say this because I know that there are some gay people that see straight folks as the enemy, and I see that some are assholes but I would never write off all straight people. So, I was looking online and I saw some clips that I really liked about straight guys who have no problem with gay people and I wanted to share them with you guys. One of them is comedian Katt Williams (i may have already shared this, i can't remember) talking about how he has no problem with gay people, and the other is B Scott talking about how straight guys who are comfortable with their sexuality do not have a problem with gay men, that it's the guys who are not secure in their sexuality who give the gay guys a hard time. Enjoy!